Corsair are set to reach new heights (with the help of NVIDIA), they've planned to be the first to introduce memory modules based on "Enhanced Performance Profile" (or EPP) technology.
To learn more about the EPP memory standard, Hexus have a fresh article on it here.
Corsair's official announcement can also be found here folks.
Update: NVIDIA have just issued out their press release which intros the new EPP memory specification. You can find it here.
Fremont, CA (May 15, 2006) - Corsair® Memory, Inc., the worldwide leader in design and manufacture of high performance memory, today announced immediate adoption of Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP). Jointly developed by Corsair and NVIDIA® as a new open memory standard, Enhanced Performance Profiles elevate memory performance by taking full advantage of the additional memory parameters that are now added to the unused portion of the JEDEC standard Serial Presence Detect (SPD). As a new open standard, immediate adoption by motherboard manufacturers and other memory manufacturers is expected.
"Corsair is excited to be the first one to introduce memory modules based on EPP. We believe this feature adds overclocking convenience and performance advantages to all users," said John Beekley, VP of Applications Engineering at Corsair Memory. "With the introduction of EPP, we have essentially made overclocking a high-confidence endeavor for novice enthusiasts and at the same time have made our actual overclocked testing specifications available on-module," continued Beekley.